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All Torn Up - ANS (2) - The Process Of Stoking Out (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. All four tracks were later issued in the US on other compilations, and "Mother's Little Helper" was issued as a single in , peaking at No. 8 on the Billboard charts. Read more 2 people found this helpful/5(51).
  2. Nov 23,  · “Once the energy was figured out by the new guys, how much energy was needed to get the songs right, then it really helped in the writing and recording process of the new record.” 4.
  3. Vinyl records are called such because of the material Lp's (33 1/3 RPM) and 45's RPM records are made out of. Before the creation of Lp's in , most records were pressed with shellac and more.
  4. Listening to the complexity of the songs in Put Up Or Shut Up with headphones in, made me appreciate the hard work that Alex and his band put into every song. If you don't believe, me look up "Jasey Rae" by these guys and pay attention to the instrumental, vocal, and lyrical work that went into this song alone. Truly talented band/5(70).
  5. Jan 12,  · A couple of times I've run into LPs from the 70's that are cut-outs and being sold as "sealed". The interesting thing is that they were sealed after the corner was trimmed or punched because the cellophane around the cut-out is all intact. The question: Does any one know if the companies that do this cut-out process typically re-seal an LP?
  6. Sep 13,  · Provided to YouTube by Epidemic Sound Step on Up · Rockin' For Decades Begging for More ℗ Epidemic Sound Released on: Composer: .
  7. The Fatback Band didn't enjoy as much chart success with this mid-'70s LP as most others from this period. There weren't any classic novelty tunes or great dance or message tracks; it was simply a functional album with decent horn charts, competent vocals and an .
  8. Feb 11,  · It just started out of the blue and is kind of random. Some LP's stop 5 seconds too early, others 20 sec. It does not have auto return, what happens is the light for the tonearm up/down comes on (supposedly at the end of a record) and the arm lifts, then the table stops.

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